Cornell University Human Ecology

Human Ecology Magazine, Cornell
August 20, 2014 – 08:21 am

Vol. 42, No. 2, In this year of Cornell University's sesquicentennial, Human Ecology professors, students, staff, and alumni reflect on the college's home economics roots, its current mission and focus, and where they think it'll go next. The issue also includes a Cornell sesquicentennial events calendar and Human Ecology history timeline, a trip to 4-H Camp Bristol Hills, where students and faculty guide research and outreach projects, the first look at transformable, active learning classrooms coming to the college in 2015 and created by Design and Environmental Analysis students, and extensive coverage of campus and alumni news.

, Vol. 42, No. 1, From Argentina to Zimbabwe, Human Ecology faculty, staff, and students participate in dozens of academic programs, research partnerships, and engaged learning projects on six continents. At the center is the Global Health Program, which challenges students to apply their course knowledge to address public health concerns in resource-poor regions around the globe. The program's popularity sparked a new major in Global and Public Health Sciences, coming in Fall 2014. Through these and other projects, the college achieves a global impact by leading research, developing programs, and guiding students at home and abroad.

, Vol. 41, No. 2, Technology is central to the college's multidisciplinary mission. Highly advanced tools and labs like the Cornell MRI Facility enable researchers to explore unknown areas. The Cornell Institute of Fashion and Fiber Innovation joins fiber scientists, apparel designers, and industry leaders to create next-generation smart clothing. College researchers are imagining innovative uses for everyday technology, employing smartphones and tablets to aid in health, nutrition, and economic development.HE Magazine Spring 2014 And unique outreach approaches are leading to better education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics for thousands of children and teens across New York.

, Vol. 41, No. 1, Working in communities and clinics, Cornell dietetic students learn to blend research and practice to promote healthy eating. The highly regarded Dietetic Internship program, preparing students for careers as registered dietitians, and a new combined PhD/RD degree that emphasizes translational research train students to apply evidence-based...

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